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IN TOUCH DAILY: JULY 4

  A Nation Gone Astray Isaiah 59 Though Israel had once honored the Lord, it turned away from Him during the days of the prophet Isaiah. Left to their own devices, the people found themselves in chaos and ruin. Much … Continue reading

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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: DECEMBER 30

On silence We may find a violence in some of the traditional imagery which tends to obscure the changelessness of God, the peace, which nearly all who approach Him have reported—the “still, small voice.” And it is here, I think, … Continue reading

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C. S. LEWIS DAILY: NOVEMBER 16

Prudence means practical common sense, taking the trouble to think out what you are doing and what is likely to come of it. Nowadays most people hardly think of Prudence as one of the ‘virtues’. In fact, because Christ said … Continue reading

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DAILY HOPE: FEBRUARY 10

How to Deal with What You Feel “To be controlled by human nature results in death; to be controlled by the Spirit results in life and peace. . . . Those who obey their human nature cannot please God” (Romans … Continue reading

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MY UTMOST FOR HIS HIGHEST: APRIL 19

Beware of the Least Likely Temptation Joab had defected to Adonijah, though he had not defected to Absalom. —1 Kings 2:28 Joab withstood the greatest test of his life, remaining absolutely loyal to David by not turning to follow after … Continue reading

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